An amazing assortment of tunes by the criminally under appreciated Ann Sexton – featuring some of the most broadly appealing female soul of the 70s! Ann's style is warm and heavily soulful, touching on the heaving funky vocal style of Marlena Shaw and Esther Phillips, with a great capacity for sweeter soul, too. Many of the tracks are rescued from the Ann's wonderful 1973 album Loving You, Loving Me – utilizing the wicky wicky guitar, punchy horn charts and groovy keys that were popping up on a lot of soul productions in the era, that great time when grittier funk arrangements were opening up enough to accommodate a sweeter, groovier style. Other tracks come from sessions recorded in '76 and '77. 22 tracks on the CD: "You've Been Gone Too Long", "You Got To Use What You Got", "Color My World Blue", "You Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use", "I Had A Fight With Love", "Keep On Holding On", "Come Back Home", "You've Been Doing Me Wrong For So Long", "It's All Over But The Shouting", "Let's Huddle Up And Cuddle Up", "Sugar Daddy
" and lots more!